Business aircraft and civil rotorcraft have much in common. Both markets were transformed by unprecedented growth waves in the early 2000s, and both have spent the last eight years seeking renewed growth, with no success. But most of all, these two markets are now falling, largely due to the decline in energy prices and other factors. Given the volatile nature of energy prices, forecasts for these aircraft markets have become much less reliable. The transformation of both segments took ...

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